4 thoughts on “Toddler killed after being attacked by dog in Portsmouth

  1. Are you people crazy? It's all about the dog. They are unpredictable and have the power to kill a person. Plain and simple.

  2. Pitbull Owner: "it's how you raise them"
    Pitbull: *kills owner*
    Animal Control: *euthanized Pitbull*
    Neighbors: "thank God both of them are gone"

  3. Ahhhh, 6 people have already lost their lives to Pitbulls this year.
    What a great breed, so loving and friendly…and they LOVE CHILDREN 😂😂😂😂
    Every kid should have one.
    This was just a fluke accident ya know….this bad child probably sneezed or something…and you don't do that near a pibble….
    It can scare the poor creature and……lash out .
    Poor misunderstood Nanny dog…..it's not his fault, let start a petition to get this poor Pitbull rescued and rehomed to a loving family with better behaved toddlers 😂😂😂😂😂

  4. "It's all in how you raise them". If you believe that, then the parents should be locked up, as they raised a killer to kill their own offspring. This is BS, it's not in how you "raise them", it's in how you "breed them". Genetics matter, dogs breeds have been genetically engineered by humans for centuries. That aside, this girl makes 4 deaths by pit bull in Virginia since 2017. Local rescues are filled to the rim with pit bulls, and the general public is shamed by “adopt don’t shop” pushers, and made to feel they mustbring one home from a shelfter or they are not worthy of any animal. In June 2017, Margaret Colvin, 91-years old, was killed by a pit bull her daughter had adopted from a rescue group earlier that day (disemboweled per report). In December 2017, Bethany Stephens, 22-years old and a pit bull advocate, was attacked and eaten by her two pit bulls in Goochland County. In September 2019, Morgan Crayton, 31-years old, was killed by her pit bull in Hampton (had previously attacked her before the final attack). Somehow, pit bulls attacking and killing humans seems “normal” now. Wake up Americans, breed matters and attacking dogs, whether it be other pets or people, is not normal! Guess if you see enough tigers on the street, folks would start to think that's "normal" too.

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